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WP Thompson has a long history of involvemnet in the production and publication of various texts and source materials on a wide variety of IP topics. Current publications with which various partners are involved are outlined below.

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Dr Julian Potter - Interviewed on the Business Channel

Dr Julian Potter - Interviewed on the Business Channel

26.10.11

Dr Julian Potter gave an interview on the Business Channel covering the general topics of IP generation and awareness, what and when to protect, and how to reap benefit from IP.
Please see the related news item and click on the link displayed to view the interview.


Staff involved: Dr Julian Potter

Gower Book of Project Management

Gower Book of Project Management

19.01.11

A publication providing a comprehensive study of Project Management, identifying different phases and perspectives of the PM cycle. A practical approach is provided which serves as a clear road-map with illustrative themes/questions.

Designs and Utility Models Throughout the World

Designs and Utility Models Throughout the World

18.01.11

Provides clear, current information about the protection of designs and utility models in more than 160 countries. The text within each digest explains the country’s particular laws, procedures and documentary requirements. Saves research time by presenting consistent headings and concise text, as well as: step-by–step guidance for obtaining protection; relevant international treaties and regulations; international classification of design and utility models and national classifications. Practitioners will pay special interest to the procedure section within each digest that discusses: filing of the application; classification particularities; time limits imposed; possibility of secrecy; and appeals.

Staff involved: David Gill

Patents Throughout The World

Patents Throughout The World

18.01.11

Provides concise, current information ensuring that no area of concern is overlooked in securing and maintaining patent protection, or in answering a question about an existing arrangement. Each section of the text serves as a fundamental checklist of steps that must be considered in the particular country covered. Experts from around the world have contributed advice and information to this work, which covers more than 160 countries and territories. Divided into Digests, summarizing significant features of laws; Tables, showing how patents are obtained in various countries; Conventions, containing text and summaries of important international patent agreements; and a Professional Directory for referrals

Staff involved: David Gill

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